Bogus adjective - Being such in appearance only and made with or manufactured from usually cheaper materials.
Usage example: for that price, you're only going to get furniture covered in bogus leather and not the real stuff
Fake adjective - Being such in appearance only and made with or manufactured from usually cheaper materials.
Usage example: opposed to the unnecessary killing of animals, she'll consider wearing only fake furs
Bogus is a synonym for fake in false topic. You can use "Bogus" instead the word "Fake" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as copy, counterfeit, true, imitation. popular alternative
Both words in one sentence
- In The Birds, a bogus soothsayer comes to Cloudcuckooland, using a fake prophecy to extort some new clothes and a share of the sacrifice meat from Peisthetaerus.
Source: Talk to the Fist
- Mythology Gag: In "Protect and Serve" Richard produces a fake medical marijuana card with a bogus name... and Quentin Tarantino's picture (taken directly from Richie's mugshot in the film).
Source: Series / From Dusk Till Dawn
- The section on reporters not only provided rules for faking still or video evidence in support of your stories, but also the odds of such bogus pics being identified as fake when they're submitted to the newsnets.
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